Cardiologist Calling On FAA to Recognize Spike Protein-Induced Heart Damage in Pilots

At least seven million Americans have had their hearts damaged either by Covid or Covid shots. It is also “within the realm of possibility” that as many as 100 million Americans have developed some degree of heart damage, according to cardiologist and attorney Dr. Thomas Levy. That includes American pilots, who, even with abnormal heart rates, are allowed to continue to execute their duties.

Discussing his recent article “Myocarditis: Once Rare, Now Common” with Steve Kirsch, founder of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF) last week, Dr. Levy maintained that as of right now, there’s no way to put a precise number on spike protein-induced cardiac issues, but noted that the heart issues, and particularly myocarditis, or inflammation of a heart muscle, are “nothing like pre-Covid.”

Speaking about the shocking estimates of heart damage, Dr. Levy quoted, among other sources, a pre-print Swiss study that found that 2.8 percent of patients who received a Covid booster had troponin levels that were above the upper limits of normal on the third day after the shot. “By the next day, half of the elevated troponin levels had come back into the normal range. Longer-term follow-up data was not available,” noted the cardiologist while observing that the study fails to answer numerous critical questions about the alarming finding.

Scientific literature describes troponin as “a group of proteins that are normally only found in the skeletal muscles and heart but can leak into the bloodstream if the heart becomes damaged.” Normally, healthy hearts do not leak troponin into the bloodstream.

Dr. Levy observed that Covid-related spike protein is a major cause of inflammation in the human body and in the heart in particular. “Myocarditis is occurring quite frequently in patients harboring the chronic presence of the COVID-related spike protein,” he writes, continuing, “This is being seen in many individuals with persistent chronic COVID, many of whom have been vaccinated, as well as in a substantial number of individuals who have been vaccinated and have never contracted COVID.”

Speaking with Kirsch, the cardiologist noted that the amount of vaccine-induced spike protein is likely considerably higher than that of the natural infection. Notably, that same observation was shared with The New American by Dr. Stephanie Seneff and Dr. Jessica Rose.

Moreover, noted Dr. Levy, a Pfizer animal study showed that the injection of the shot “reliably induced myopericarditis,” and suggested that no vaccine that causes such a condition should be allowed on the market.

The issue of heart damage was discussed by Kirsch and Dr. Levy in context of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) broadening the acceptable range for an electrocardiogram (ECG) in pilots.

The changes to the FAA policies can be found here. On October 26, 2021, the FAA updated its policy on “Heart, Arrhythmias” by revising a first-degree atrioventricular block — a condition in which heart beats more slowly than it should — into two categories: a PR interval of less than 300 milliseconds and a PR interval of 300 milliseconds or more. Pilots whose PR interval is 300 milliseconds or less are allowed to fly if they present with no other symptoms.

A normal PR interval ranges between 120–200 ms. If the PR interval is greater than 200 ms, it serves as an indication of a first-degree heart block. Now, the pilots who are likely suffering from the condition would be allowed to operate a plane.

In a statement to The New American, Dr. Levy said, “Changing ECG requirements for the pilots is not an answer. This is not a safe policy.” He continued, “The FAA must fully recognize the issue and properly diagnose and test the pilots.” The doctor explained that an ECG as a recording of the heart’s electrical activity alone is not a sufficient method to evaluate potential heart issues. The FAA, he believes, should test troponin levels as well as D-dimer, which helps detect blood clots, also associated with Covid spike protein. In addition to that, the FAA should test the pilots for coronary heart disease to make sure the arteries of the heart can deliver enough oxygen-rich blood to the organ.

In his article, Dr. Levy suggested everyone, not just pilots, should get these tests done to rule out potentially lethal problems: “These tests should be performed in everyone at this point in time, and any elevations should be aggressively treated. And if those tests are completely normal, they will still serve as excellent baseline data when dealing with future medical conditions or infections, COVID-related or otherwise.” (Emphasis in original.)

Dr. Levy also pointed to the push by some airlines to have just one pilot in the cockpit of passenger jets instead of two: “I know it’s all about the money now, but this is extremely concerning” in the context of widespread spike-protein induced heart damage, he told The New American.

The cardiologist stressed that the suppression of early Covid treatments such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin was “negligent manslaughter” on behalf of the federal government. These readily available and cheap remedies could resolve the pandemic and prevent deaths without the need to deploy experimental vaccines that are causing so much harm.

Earlier this month, Dr. Joseph Fraiman, the lead author of the peer-reviewed study on the safety of Pfizer and Moderna mRNA shots, called for the immediate suspension of their administration, citing “conclusive evidence” of their causing serious adverse events, including sudden cardiac arrests.

Reporting from The New American.